George R.R. Martin’s epic-fantasy setting of Westeros is highly addictive, and for good reason. It’s such a richly imagined world, with such a rich backstory, there’s enough material to obsess about for years. And his new book, collecting his “Dunk and Egg” stories, showcases just what a great setting it is.
With a range of culprits that include molten gold, a shadow demon, and the Hound's sword, here's an illustrated guide to all 456 deaths on Game of Thrones, seasons one through four (animals included). For kicks, the infographic also breaks down the deadliest locations and the deadliest killers.
When you play the Game of Mushroom Kingdoms, you find the princess or you die. Redditor titan413 posted this map of Westeros as a Mario
Bros. World map, including the Boos beyond the Wall, Koopsterly Rock, and Highgarden Castle, home to the Knight of Fire Flowers. So does this mean the Dothraki ride Yoshis?
If you need a scorecard to tell the Baratheons from the Targaryens, or just want to delve more deeply into the history and legends of A Song of Ice and Fire, then check out the extra features from the first season of Game of Thrones, animated videos that explain the background behind the houses, religion,…
As a present to the Westeros faithful, George R.R. Martin has posted an unpublished sample chapter of the next A Song of Ice and Fire novel, The Winds of Winter. Find out who Theon Greyjoy gets chatty with now!
Want to see a map of the continent of Westeros from George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire? Of course you do. Also, see how Martin's fictional continent stacks up with Europe.